Las Vegas Classiest Casinos


Viva Las Vegas! This happenin’ town is for sure an attraction galore. Of course the casinos are the main reason why people visit Las Vegas. But if you are looking to have the best time of your gambling life, you should know which casinos are the best ones. You need all the works and more to enjoy the best experience possible. There are some casinos in Las Vegas that you cannot leave unvisited. Take a moment to review Las Vegas classiest casinos.

Tropicana Las Vegas

tropicana14012015The Tropicana Casino and Resort is one of the casinos that survived the era of implosions. When many older Strip hotels were reduced to a pile of rubble on the ground, the Tropicana got the opposite. It got a massive renovation in 2010 in order to keep it up to world-class standard, a renovation that cost $200 million that included a new theme, South Beach. This new theme gives the casino a bright, airy and tropical feeling. But this casino is much more than just the theme. This casino features 50,000 square feet of gaming pleasure. Included in that are more than 800 slot machines, a wide assortment of table games including craps, roulette, Let It Ride, Big Six, Pai Gow poker and Texas Hold’em, and a high limit area with five blackjack tables and two mini-baccarat tables. They also have a state-of-the-art race and sports book operated by Cantor Gaming. They have their own mobile gaming net so you can go to the bar, the lounge, your room, or anywhere in the hotel and place your bets; you do not have to be at the book. There is no limit to the fun.

Aria Resort & Casino

Aria14012015If you want sleek and sophisticated, then you want the Aria Resort and Casino. This fantastic casino offers more than 150,000 square feet of gaming space including 145 table games and 1,940 slot machines. Come and test your luck at blackjack, craps, baccarat, roulette, Let it Ride, Pai Gow and Ultimate Texas Hold’em. Of course the list of games does not end there, but you have to go and find out for yourself. The Aria is a very popular spot for poker players since they have a 24-table poker room and the famous Ivey Room – a one-table high-limit poker room. This is where the real poker players go to play. They also have a comfortable race and sports book that can show up to 200 live events at once. That’s class.

Downtown Grand Las Vegas Hotel & Casino

downtown14012015This is a very striking casino. This casino offers 25,000 square feet of gaming space with nearly 600 new slot machines and 30 table games. The Downtown Grand is truly a casino unlike any other you have seen. The industrial yet elegant interior has beautiful open ceilings and heavy structural elements juxtaposed with sumptuous fixtures, chandeliers, and canopies. This will make you feel like you are gambling in a stylish factory. They have the famous Spread Sportsbook and the 888 Baccarat room.

The D Las Vegas

thed14012015This casino may seem small, being one of the few two-level casinos left in Las Vegas, but inside is a whole different world. The first floor offers a contemporary feel with Dancing Dealer girls. Slots and table games abound in this solid casino. The second floor flips around and gives you a more vintage feel and experience. It has a vast number of old-style coin-operated slots and even a Sigma Derby machine. The vintage casino is also the place to find the famous William Hill Sports Book.

These are just a few of the classiest casinos in Las Vegas, not to mention that there are plenty of things to do in this that not necessarily involve gambling. You cannot leave Sin City without seeing these places.

Colin Jones

Colin Jones is a born and raised Chicago writer specialized on topics related to the casino and gambling industry. Having years of experience on the field, Colin will keep you in touch with the latest news and advances on the casino industry.


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